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The State of Wikipedia
From Wikipedia: In philosophy, systems theory, science, and art, EMERGENCE is the way complex systemsmultiplicity of relatively simple interactions. Emergence is central to the theories of integrative levels and of complex systems. and patterns arise out of a
The early draft of Emergence book by Steven Johnson, the American Popular Science author, had subtitle: “Emergence: What the New Science Can Teach Us About Our Minds, Our Communities, and Ourselves.” changing it later to “Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities, and Software.” The book was published in 2001, and so the Wikipedia project, a free web-based, collaborative online reference. Both are Ten-Year Old Babies this year!
Wikipedia Brand via visual storytelling
“Chrome has overtaken Firefox” is all over the news. Is that right? It’s according to TechMeme’s founder Gabe Rivera, Firefox is no longer THE most popular browser for tech savvy people, Google’s Chrome is. The Chart below indicates the browser share just for TechMeme’s blog.
Net Applications, a leading source of tools and utilities for webmasters says, Yes, Chrome’s market share increased comparing to the past month. In daily tracking, Chrome 6.0 is topping 7% of global browsing share since being released on September 2nd vs. older versions of Chrome that have dropped to near zero global share in the meantime. I guess Tech34% as Techmeme’s founder suggests.
Go to Facebook and type touchgraph in the search box, then launch application. Touchgraph generates interrelated information of your relationships in Facebook and all kinds of associations. You can refine the search by traversing to a specific group of your community. Smart data visualization.